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“We’re on the cusp of another very exciting era of innovation.”
So said CEO Dion Weisler at HP Inc.’s 2019 Reinvent conference, which concluded yesterday in Houston. In the “Innovation Showcase” expo hall at that show, the vendor spotlighted some of the specific ways its engineers and designers are transitioning HP’s products to the age of cloud computing, workforce mobility, and rampant security threats. Here’s a look at a small sampling of what attendees at the event got to examine firsthand.
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The expo hall at HP’s Reinvent conference this week spotlighted many of the ways HP products are adapting to the age of cloud computing, workforce mobility, and rampant security threats. Here’s a look at a few of the PCs, printers, and other items on display.
And not just due to coronavirus-fueled demand for work-from-home gear, either. According to senior VP Linda Rendleman (pictured), high-speed mobile networks and endpoint management remain opportunities despite the stalled economy too.